Eagle Creek

Parking is limited to a small parking area and along the shoulder on the east side of HIghway 101.  Harvesters are urged to use extreme caution when walking from their cars to the beach and back. 

Harvest profile

Clam populations at Eagle Creek are sometimes too low to allow harvest, but this is an excellent oyster beach. If the beach is open for harvesting during minus 2 foot or lower tides, this site may provide some access to geoducks. Please take care not to cover oysters with sand and mud while digging clams because this will potentially kill the oysters.

Beach map
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Disclaimer: Map areas identify approximate public property boundaries and should not be considered legal property boundaries. Many of these public beaches have no upland entrance and must be accessed by boat. Please respect adjacent private property. This map is provided for informational purposes only. The accuracy of this map is not guaranteed.
Directions

 From the south (Olympia, Shelton, Portland) travel north on Highway 101 along Hood Canal. Pass through the town of Lilliwaup and continue for about three miles to Eagle Creek. The beach is just off the highway on the right side of the road. The Eagle Creek Tavern is right across the road from the beach.

From the north (Port Angeles, Kingston) travel south on Highway 101 through the town of Eldon and continue for another four miles to Eagle Creek. The beach is just off the highway on the left side of the road. The Eagle Creek Tavern is right across the road from the beach.

Parking

Parking is limited to the shoulder on the east side of Highway 101 in this location. There is a small turn-out area with room for one car near the informational kiosk. 

Facilities

None. There is an information board in the parking area at Eagle Creek that provides maps and harvest season information.